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Art & Design July, 3 2014

36 Frames by Brian Kelley – A Day in New York City

Continuing our endless efforts to bring you more original content, we present to you a brand new series called 36 Frames that will act as our outlet for highlighting original photography. For our very first 36 Frames entry we recruited photographer Brian Kelley.

For his day job, Kelley handles all image-related projects and lookbooks for San Francisco-based brand HUF. After recently getting a studio space with photographers and friends Cole Barash, Michael Tessier and Meron Menghistab, Kelley has been finding himself spending most of his days in Brooklyn around the Bed-Stuy area. “Mostly what I shoot on the Ricoh is taken on my daily walk or skate from my apartment to the studio. Cars, people, the occasional dog with crazy eyes, graffiti, friends and whatever else catches my eye.” Here, Kelley shares with us 36 photographs that give us a look at one of his typical days in New York City.

Be sure to stay on the lookout for more installments from our 36 Frames series and as always, feel free to leave any recommendations down in the comments below.

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